Low Income Populations
Intervention INC: An Interactive Family-Centered mHealth Tool to Reduce Obesity Risk in Urban Minority Preadolescents
This research will adapt and extend Intervention INC, a family-centered, interactive, health promotion tool, and evaluate its effectiveness on reducing childhood obesity risk.
ACHIEVE: Successfully Achieving and Maintaining Euglycemia During Pregnancy for Type 2 Diabetes Through Technology and Coaching
To assist pregnant individuals with pre-pregnancy type 2 diabetes with Medicaid coverage in reaching and maintaining normal blood sugars, this research will develop, test, and evaluate a digital health solution called ACHIEVE that includes a mobile health application, a provider dashboard, continuous glucose monitoring, and team-based coaching for medical needs and nonmedical health-related social needs.
Associated factors with patient-reported unmet food needs among emergency department adult patients - A social need perspective.
This research will assess the validity of patient-level computable social factor phenotypes used to predict a patient’s risk of increased healthcare utilization and costs.